The ‘cheesegrater’ needs 11 floors of bolts replaced

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The ‘cheesegrater’ needs 11 floors of bolts replaced

Bolts which fell from the ‘cheesegrater’ skyscraper did so because they were crumbling and the company who own the building have said they will need to replace bolts on 11 floors.
 
Despite this, the building is said to be safe. Russell says that the incident is “a bit of an embarrassment”.
 
In other news, Cineworld have upgraded their profit forecast due to their international successes in places like Poland, where they own many small chains and independent cinemas. The group also announced that they are expecting a good year in the UK and will be showing the new James Bond and new Hunger Games films.
 
Other retailers have also been announcing their good news. The online grocer Ocado had an excellent Christmas, as did the Shop Direct group – who own Very and Little Woods – who reported they sold an item of merchandise from the film Frozen every 16 seconds.

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